Missouri's Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program works to preserve and pass on folk arts to future generations, from gospel music to saddle-making.
Whitt, at age 69, became the first chairman of the Sharp End Heritage Committee. He also spent 10 years as member of Columbia's School Board.
On her 50th birthday, Tammy Teel's children challenged her to try her hand at stand-up comedy. Four years later, she's still performing.
Brent Hazelrigg, a current Columbia Wrestling Club coach, reflects on his wrestling career and the events that brought him back into the sport after 20 years away.
Dick Dalton, an ex-minister and retired professor, is using his second life to explore his passions related to writing, music, theater and hosting a radio show on KOPN.
Missouri Citizens for the Arts understands the value arts have in communities. Its mission is to lobby for more financial support for arts across the state.
Day started a book discussion about race and social justice in America, bringing together 14 different church to have open conversations about their experiences.
The symptoms of alcoholism are just as much mental and interpersonal as they are physical.
Such situations can make life unpleasant, but a smart move is to file a complaint with the proper authority.
What you need to know about common injuries, treatments and how aging athletes can exercise safely.
Love2Nourish is a meal preparation site where customers can order meals ahead. The meals come in disposable containers for one person or a family.